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-span. >> former governor tommy thompson faces tammy baldwin in a debate for u.s. senate. this is hosted by the wisconsin broadcasters association. it's 55 minutes. >> good evening. wisconsin radio and television broadcasters are pleased to be able to continue our broadcast tradition it will be broadcast nationwide on c-span and the world channel and will engage the two leading candidates for the 2012 senate election in their first face-to-face debate. former wisconsin governor tommy thompson and second district congresswoman tammy baldwin. this evening's debate is made possible in part through generous grants from the wisconsin association of independent colleges and universities, w.p.s. health insurance and aarp in wisconsin. and on their behalf, mr. sam wilson. >> did evening, my name is jim riordan from the health insurance and these are my friends from the association of independent colleges and universities and sam wilson, state director of aarp. along with w.p.s. and aarp-wisconsin, wisconsin's 23 private nonprofit colleges and universities and our more than 61,000 students are pl
in our home town. they're in their 40's or their 50's. if they are in-between. if you need to have skills and an education system so people who are stuck in a rut and get back to school, for and get back to a path of prosperity's of the temple themselves up and reach that horizon they are shooting for. that is critical. number 3, we need to make more things in america. we need to grow more things in america. we need to sell them overseas. we to make sure that when countries cheat, we hold them to account. this is something near and dear to my heart i have been working on a long time. it is not that complicated. we have got to stop spending money we do not have. [applause] this idea of printing and borrowing is getting out of control. it is a huge cloud over our economy. president obama give this cow $1 trillion budget as far as the eye could see. no balanced budgets. for $1 trillion budget spirit united states senate. have you as her this guy named harry reid in the senate? i take that as a yes. they have not bothered to pass a budget in three years. we have this law that says every year
it and mean it -- what they espouse is a social policy of the 1960's, a foreign policy out of the cold war, and economic policies that brought us the great recession. this is no time to work -- turn back. we must continue working for. our very standard of living is at stake. i am asking you -- there is not a single doubt in my mind that we are on our way to rebuild in this country, stronger than it was before. [cheers and applause] i am absolutely certain we are on the way to rebuilding the middle class, more vibrant than it was before the recession. i know, given half a chance, the american people have never let the country down. [cheers and applause] we believe in the american people. i know you. we know you. it has never, never, never been a good bet to bet against america. [cheers and applause] so ladies and gentlemen, join us. help us finish what we started. with your help, we will win wisconsin and we will win the presidency. thank you all. may god bless you, and may god protect our troops on wisconsin. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [captioning performed b
, a debate with candidates fofert u.s. -- for the u.s. senate in missouri. then michelle obama at the congressional black caucus. and then a discussion of medicare advantage program funding. >> tomorrow, mexican president calderon discusses u.s.-mexico relations and the consumer -- country's standing locally on the council on foreign relations. coverage begins at 9:00 a.m. eastern on c-span 2. >> we are trying to encourage our developers to think about what information they really need to make the app functional. so for instance if you are playing a game, do they really need to collect geo location information that will track the consumer if as aggregated and collected? it can collect the consumer as she pass through the day and for all day. what information is needed to make the app fumpingsal? in other words, should access be limited? how long do you need to retain it? and when you are done with it, what are you going to do with it? >> one of the big problems is to look for -- they are looking for more and more people to move into this industry, creating apps, all that goes i
with candidates for the u.s. senate in missouri. then ann romney campaigns in milwaukee at 11:00 p.m., "q&a" with former t.a.r.p. inspector general neil barofsky. tomorrow mexican presidential philippe calderon discuss u.s. and mexican relation. live coverage begins 9:00 a.m. eastern on c-span 2. missouri senator claire mccaskill and congressman todd akin participated in a televised debate friday. they rate this race as likely democratic. also participating in the debate, third party libertarian candidate jonathan dine. this one hour debate is hosted by the missouri press association. >> thank you phil and welcome again to the missouri press association debates. let me introduce to you today our candidates, we have to my left, republican congressman todd akin. in the middle, democratic senator claire mccaskill. at the end, libertarian candidate jonathan dine. let me also introduce to you today our panel of journalist who will be joining me and asking questions today of the candidates. we have a student at the university of missouri, we have bill miller of the washington missourian and jef
it and mean it, they espoused is the social policy right out of the 19 of -- 1960s and economic policy that's brought us to great recession. ladies and gentlemen this is no time to turn back. we must continue to move forward. your very standard of living is at stake. there's no single doubt in my mind that we're on our way to rebuilding this country stronger than it was before the recession. i am absolutely certainly that we're on our way to rebuilding the middle class because i know give a half a chance, the american people never, ever let the country down. we believe in the american people. because i know you. we know you. it's never, never been a good bet to bet against america. ladies and gentlemen, join us, help us finish what we started with your help, we'll win wisconsin and we will win the presidency. thank you all and may god bless you. may god protect our troops. ♪ ♪ >> watch gavel to gavel coverage of the democratic convention from charlotte, north carolina. every minute every speech live here on c-span. next a discussion on southern voters in the election. then robert kenned
to the u.s. government. there has been a push to do this. i've got one of the interesting things that senator lieberman says was he talked about intervention in the middle east. he thought it would be popular. i think this is a major policy issue. >> we are out of time. thank you very much. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> tonight on c-span, we're showing a senate race. courtesy of kmiz tonight at 9:20 p.m. eastern here on c-span. ms. cheney and laura romney, daughter-in-law of mitt romney, campaigned in lone tree, colorado thursday. following the remarks, mr. cheney takes questions from the audience. this is moderated by jean norton could it is about 40 minutes. >> laurie romney is married to matt, one of five sons of mitt romney. she graduated with a bachelor of arts in organizational communication in 1964. she is a member of the chi omega sorority, university of iowa chapter. she studied abroad in a jerusalem program during the summer of 1992, which i thought was fascinating. she served on a ser
-- and we did. [applause] >> u-s-a! u-s-a! u-s-a! >> today, all of our troops are out of iraq. we are bringing them home from afghanistan. and as long as i'm commander-in- chief, we will serve our veterans as well as they served us -- [applause] -- veterans like lucas, who got his education thanks to the post- 9/11 gi bill -- because nobody who fights for this country should have to fight for a job or an education or a roof over their heads when they come home. [applause] that's what's at stake in this election. on issue after issue, iowa, governor romney and congressman ryan will take us backwards. but the story of america is about moving forward. and soon you'll get a chance to choose a path that will actually lead to a better future. but over the next two months, the other side will spend more money than we have ever seen on ads that basically tell you the same thing they told you at the convention -- the economy is not doing good and it's obama's fault. [laughter] they know their economic plan isn't popular. go figure that raising taxes on middle class families to pay for new
, the first african-american head of the u.s. trade representative's office negotiating on behalf of the country all over and an african-american u.n. ambassador, all of which sit in the president's cabinet so we still do have african-americans in the cabinet. the other point as a factual matter, the stimulus package that was passed, went out, $800 billion, a lot went to states and localities to help them plug the budget holes. 21% of african-americans who have a job work for state, federal, or local offices. so when you are keeping state, federal, localities, cities from laying people off, you are keeping black people in those g.s. 14 jobs that we have a problem with. but the black middle class is overindexed in the government sector. i have a question for britney. elroy mention aid second ago -- mentioned a second ago in his first remarks. he began talking about issues around sexual orientation a gording to the gallup poll may 2012, 60% of 18 to 24-year-olds support gay marriage. do you think that will have an impact on the marriage position? >> it it would depend on what you co
, when we talk to the people, when we see the names, it is a person in their 30's, 40's, 50's, early 60's -- i'll get to the people in their 20's in a minute. it is a person that came out of school, got a career, got a good job, and then the factory left. then their job went away. now they don't have anything to replace it with. we need to help people who in the middle of their careers get the skills they need to get the job they want that gives them a career for the 21st century that gives them real economic security. that gives them a better job with better take-home pay so they can provide for their families. we need to clean up our education system. we need to make sure that we don't feed the bureaucracy. that we give people the choice and the resources they need to go to the best schools and the best skills to get their jobs and their life o
the impact of the u.s. debt on national security. other speakers include alan simpson. and former white house budget director. it is live, beginning at 12:30 p.m. eastern on c-span 2. now, a conversation with former education secretary bill bennett, now an author and radio talk-show host. he was a guest on today's "washington journal." host: we want to welcome bill bennett, former education secretary. we want to talk to you about education and friday, the forum introducing your former employee, intern, now the vice president nominee of paul ryan. when did you first meet paul ryan? guest: i met him at power america, hired by ben webber, former -- it was vin webber, jack kemp, and we were the partners of partner of america and paul ryan was hired as speech writer and staff assistant to jack kemp and also when i needed help. host: do you think he has helped the ticket? guest: yes i do. one thing that he has done that's quite remarkable is he has made the whole debate about medicare a fair debate and a debate which republicans can win. as you know he often says we can win this debate. i don't thi
underscore s how draconian the russian measures that have been taken really are. this is what goes on with the kremlin. do not take account with russian civil society. for the new generation, i think the words we express our not enough. we need to do something more concrete, some type of proof for all of those aspiring for freedom in russia. we need to encourage proper legal measures to be taken. what has been done is targeting all of those who abuse human rights. russian civil society needs this. we need to act now. we need to support freedom for russia. you very much, and all right, mr. schulz. >> five months after putin forced himself back into power, relations between the eu and russia have arrived at an important point. we need to take stock honestly. we should not pretend anymore. we tried to get a strategic partnership. we have not achieved it. we are a long way from a strategic partnership. our policies are really showing failure, and when it comes and who to syria, we do not follow the same values, and the autocracy is close to kremlin , and theiberal west commo eurasian u
everything they can to frame u.s. something you do not think you are or you are not. my wife and i and my kids used to watch some of the stuff on tv during my race and they would just laugh. they would look at the tv and laugh. i would say to them, i know you think it's funny - [laughter] very lot of people who do not know me from adam and probably believe it. >> that does mean to get to spend more time with your kids. >> the most interesting thing to me about the issue that sasha raises -- i found this out a different way. one of the things i did after the election, a democrat who is a friend of mine sent me karl rove's book. it's actually pretty breezy read. if you want to learn a lot about an interesting guy, it's worth it. when he was a teenager, one of the things he figured out there really sort of frame his whole life thinking about politics for the rest of his life was that there are a lot of people who are registered to vote who do not show up. if you just get your team to show up, you can win a lot of elections. i think this whole notion of behavior modification, targeting and al
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